I'm troubleshooting a control board that has a very long replacement lead time (about half a year) and I think I've identified the faulty component. It is – I believe – a surface mount resettable fuse. It's reading about 45Ω, where all of the other identical components on the board read about 2Ω.
However, the only labeling on it is N⩙ (or maybe ⩙N, that label is symmetric), and I'm having a bit of a hard time finding anything exactly like it online. I've never seen the ⩙ marking before and I don't know what it means in this context, so I don't know what to google to find a replacement.
Any help on identifying the component and/or an explanation of what that label means would be appreciated!
Edit: As requested I've added a photo of the relevant section of board below. I've circled the component in question (on mobile, apologies for the poor circle). This section of circuitry is related to powering a set of six relays, although I'm no electrical engineer so that's all I can really say about it.